SONY ALPHA A7R II Full-Frame Mirrorless Digital Camera | Unboxing Video

SONY ALPHA A7R II Full-Frame Mirrorless Digital Camera | Unboxing Video


Hello, again Izzy at Digital Goja showrooms. I’m really happy! Look at what I have here. A7R II Sony Alpha series. Pixel peepers you’ll be glad 42 megapixels, 5-axis in body image stabilization. As always if the video helps you, hit me up with a like button underneath and subscribe to the channel and you’re in Miami come say hello and Digital Goja showrooms in the heart of Miami. Alright, so let’s see what’s in the box of the Sony Alpha 7R II one of Sony’s most popular mirrorless full frame cameras, oh look it says right there for U.S. customers only, so this is a Sony U.S.A. product and of course if it’s purchased from an authorized dealer like Digital Goja. There’s a limited U.S.A. warranty tons of pamphlets and brochures, and in the language you’re going to be able to practice it with all this paraphernalia, look even further capture phase one software, of course, they are going to show you all the other accessories that you can buy for your beautiful piece of equipment, and more pamphlets I mean there’s a tree in here. Let’s see what else is in here. Let’s get to the good stuff. Alright so first off you see your Sony Alpha 7 strap. That’s very normal. What’s in, oh boy, look at that, not one but two, two Sony NPFW50 batteries, that’s great I guess that Sony is listening to people saying we need more power! We need more power! There is your micro USB cable and a wall plug, because remember this is USB powered so you can charge it on the go, you can attach a power bank to it, you can charge it from your computer, they thought of everything. Let’s see what’s on this side, and you also have a plug so you can connect your USB cable, so you don’t have any issues with that and the HDMI so that it doesn’t damage the computer. And there’s also an AC wall wart, so you can plug it straight into the wall, this is a BCVW one, universal voltage and is going to allow you to charge your NPFW 50 batteries also. Good going Sony, thinking about power management that’s important, and now let’s get to the star of the show and here it is. Wow! That’s a beautiful piece of equipment and there we have it this is your Sony A7R II full-frame mirrorless body, 4k video, 5-axis image stabilization, 42 megapixel. Beautiful piece of equipment. Well, I hope you found this video to be helpful, if it did remember to hit me up with a like button underneath and subscribe to our channel for future tutorials frequently asked questions and unboxings, and don’t forget if you’re ever in Miami come say hello at Digital Goja showrooms. Happy shooting!!

How to Operate a Digital Video Camera : How to Use Tripod With Digital Video Camera

How to Operate a Digital Video Camera : How to Use Tripod With Digital Video Camera


As you can see here, I have got a digital
camera and a tripod. The first lesson is to how to mount a camera on the tripod. This
is a very basic kind of tripod that has been used in our field. Every tripod will have
some similarities. That is, firstly the head. This is where your camera gets mounted. A
standard tripod will always have three legs. That’s why it is called a tripod. And you’ll
find this kind of adjustable locks attached to the tripod. This is to adjust the height
of the tripod. Once it is adjusted, you should always lock it securely so that the tripod
doesn’t move or get disbalanced. Another basic feature of every tripod is the pan rod. This
is a rod, which helps you to move the camera left and right and up and down. Which is called
the panning and the tilting. The pan rod, if you see closely, this is a standard pan
rod. If you see very closely, it has got an edge, because it has got an ergonomical shape
to it. This is done just to make you comfortable while panning and tilting your camera. Now
let me show you how to fix a pan rod on the tripod. Every standard tripod head will have
a place where you put the pan rod. In this head, you can see it here. Now there’s a hole
in it, and you have to fix the pan rod inside, and make sure that you tighten up the screws.
This is done because the pan rod shouldn’t be shaky. Once the pan rod is fixed, it is
necessary that you keep it in the right position. What I mean here is the pan rod shouldn’t
be very close to the body. If it is very close to the body, then you’ll have problems in
moving the camera. So it is necessary that you keep it- the shape should be going outside
your body, like this. Now once the pan rod is fixed, it is very important to know the
position of the pan rod. What I mean, is that the pan rod shouldn’t be very close to your
body. Because if it is very close to your body, then it will have problems in the movement
of the camera. That’s why it is ergonometrically shaped so that the body- the pan rod is always
going outside your body. And you have the distance from your body to the pan rod. This
helps you to move the camera in a very smooth and precise manner. Somewhat like this. After
the pan rod, there are two more important locks on the tripod head. That is the tilt
lock and the pan lock. Now the tilt lock is also a very important function of the tripod
head. This lock is important because it secures that the camera doesn’t go down with the weight.
So, make sure when you mount the camera, your tilt lock is firmly fixed. Make sure when
the camera is on standby, or when you’re not beside the camera, you tilt lock is firmly
fixed. After this, there’s another safety feature which is called the pan lock. Panning
is a side movement, from right or left movement of the camera is called the panning. Now,
when you are also leaving the camera alone, you make sure your tilt lock is tight and
your pan lock, which is here, is also tight. So that somebody comes beside the camera,
he or she cannot move the camera at all.

How to set date and time on Sony A5000 Digital Camera


Hello everyone it’s ‘Lurgs’ here welcome to my channel and today how to set the date and time on your Sony A5000, now this
should be the same for all other Sony A Series digital cameras. Whether you’re
using your digital camera for pleasure or business it’s very important to have
the correct date and time on your photos and videos, because it makes it a lot
easier to organize them after you’ve loaded them onto your computer. Go to
‘File Explorer’ and at the top if you right click on the mouse you can add the
option called ‘Date Taken’, this is the best way to sort your photos. Okay so the first thing you need to do
is switch on your camera and then go to the Menu so press the Menu button and
scroll along and go down to Setup, oops just missed it there. So go down to Setup
press the Ok button in the middle and scroll along and go down to Date/Time
Setup, scroll down to the date time and then here you can select the day, the
month, the year and the time and because it’s daylight saving the clocks have
gone back one hour so I’m just gonna change it down to 8:29, this
is a 24 hour clock so it’s 8:29 in the morning and then just press
Menu to exit and that has automatically saved it, and then just turn off your
digital camera, all done. And I think we deserve a lovely cup of tea after all
that. If you found that video useful please subscribe by pressing this button
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Sony RX100 VI review: overpriced?

Sony RX100 VI review: overpriced?


– I was going to shoot
this RX100 Mark VI review in downtown Brooklyn and it
was going to be beautiful a work of art, a masterpiece but mother nature had a
little bit of a different plan so it looks like it’s time for plan B. (jazzy music)
♪ You Suck ♪ – How’s that? So this is the Sony RX100 Mark VI When I’m shooting stills
I’m almost exclusively shooting on a 35 millimeter film camera but when I’m not I’m actually using one of these they’re super portable,
they’re really light lighter than DSLR and
most certainly lighter than my 35 millimeter
and the transfer speeds are incredible, I can
quickly put it on my phone and then up to Instagram and its video capabilities
are also amazing which obviously I can’t
do with my 35 millimeter. Now, Sony comes out
with a new one of these just about every year,
which is why we’re already at the mark VI when the
mark I came out in 2012. Now that’s great because
we’ve come a long way but it also means that now that we’re at the later generations,
how much is changing. So let’s figure out why
you probably won’t pay 1200 dollars for the mark VI. So just like its predecessor, the mark VI has a 20.1
megapixel one inch CMOS sensor with 4K video at 24 30 p and at the lower 1080 p resolution you have that HFR mode,
or high frame rate mode, that is capable of 960 frames per second. The ISO spans from 125 to 12800 so I find that it performs
better in the lower ISO range that’s like a 125 to 800 once you get to 1600
and especially at 3200 you’re going to see a
lot of noise and grain you just have to keep in mind that this is a point and
shoot camera after all and with that comes a small flash and small batteries that
can’t really handle hot days or long recording times. Be prepared to own a few batteries especially if you’re recording video. And also like last years model there’s the pop up OLED EVF. God bless the pop up EVF I love it so much, yes, yes! It’s one of the main
reasons I bought this camera and it’s so crisp and so clean there’s something really intimate about being able to look
through a view finder and take a photo. I mean no one else is behind you looking at what you’re getting, it’s just you and your camera and it makes you feel really professional. Now the big difference this year though, is that it’s a single action EVF. So it pops up and instead
of having to pull it out like you did on previous generations it just does that automatically then when you want to close it it’s one single push down. The photo burst modes and auto focus also got a refresh on this model the auto focus is fast and I mean really fast and its facial recognition is on point too even when the face is
super far in the frame or you’re really wide. Burst mode can also now capture 230 shots at 24 frames per second, which is almost a 100 shots more than the RX100 mark V 150 shots for making gifs or
capturing the perfect moment this is really great. For the vertically challenged among us and the foodies, you’re
really going to love the extended range on this screen in previous models you
had that 180 degree screen which it still does, this
is great for vlogging this is great for taking selfies but new this year, is
the 90 degrees tilt down. It typically only when to 45 but now you have that full 90 I really didn’t think this
was going to be super useful but when taking shots of food or at concerts, it actually came in handy. So you pair that with the
touch screen capabilities that are also new this year it’s kind of banging. You can finally touch the screen to focus and to take shots but I can’t navigate the menu or hit okay so in a world where touch
screens are so intuitive they’re on everything we use we didn’t we go one step further and make it completely usable via touch, we’re so close but speaking of close, hello’s eye is 24 to 200 millimeter lens. For tourists or festival
goers or bird watchers or a parent in a high school event this is really a great feature and it’s clean, it’s crisp and it actually flattens out the image and gives you depth of field much like the Canon 7200 millimeter would it made me feel like a great photographer even when I was just on the fly doing something really quick the problem is, we gave
up F 1.8 aperture lens and those built in NDs, which I use all the time I loved being able to get down to 1.8 especially at night and the ND was so easy
and quick to slap on it was much easier than
adjusting the shutter and when doing video the ND is like absolutely valuable so this might be the difference
between buying this model and a previous cheaper model that ND and F1.8 is a little bit more valuable to me. Overall the RX100 continues
to be a great camera with better video options and way more models than Canon’s G7 or Lumix LX line and with all these models have
come incredible improvements I mean this is a super
powerful point and shoot, it has great HDR features and with added S-Log 3 support, this model can even step
up as a V cam on shoots with an A7S, very comfortable. The real problem though is the total and complete lack of a mic input and the price. I mean for 1200 dollars there really should be a mic input especially for how many
vloggers use this camera. Just put it in! So if you had the money, go for it you’ll absolutely not be
disappointed by this camera, but if you’re looking
for bang for your buck you might want to look
at the RX100 Mark IV or V I had the IV and I bought
it on craigslist last year and it stills works really well and with that extra money, you could buy an external audio recorder. So thanks for watching if you like this video and you like watching
my hair slowly deflate be sure you like and subscribe also shout out to this camera that is currently doused in water, alright we’ll see you next time.

Digital Camera Menus

Digital Camera Menus


Listen to this, twice bake lavostock pot, buffalo mozerella basil and pine nuts souffle a terin of duck hand ham, hock and rabbit with cranberries, with spiced pear fueling smoke salmon with suede goats cheese ice cream and a seeded tweel sounds pretty interesting doesn’t it but you don’t need it all, and just like a menu in this fantatsic restaurant DSLR camera menu is a very
similar thing you don’t need all of it, infact i urge you to leave most of it well alone but there are one or two things which
can come in very useful let’s take a very quick speedy guided
tour in the playback menu with the little playback sign there’s one or two things
basically it tells you whether you can turn your pictures up the other way in
the camera or not I leave mine left on their side, whetehr you wanna do a slide show, whether you want to show people your pictures for for
longer or less time on the LCD they’re all personal choices. The shooting menu has got one or two quite handy things in it, for example your image quality settings I suggest you use the biggest and best
in the shop now you’ve got Raw, Tiffs, and Jpegs, suppose whatever you’re shooting, shoot the best quality that your camera can do. Jpeg compression, I would do the same thing. Make sure they’re the biggest you could always make an image file a bit smaller and then email it but but if you’ve already got a small one and you want to print it, you’re stuffed. Your white balance control is very handy this is where you set the colour temperature of your camera according to the light around you, some cloudy exctra. you can usually access that from a
button on the top though. Picture control, can be very useful in here you’ve got a whole little nest of different settings, some of which the manufacturers have already made for you, so in standard you got a very flat neutral looking image neutral is very
similar but in my case on this camera it’s a bit less contrasty. Vivid, that’s very vivid. It’s got more contrast and more colour, quite handy on a very dull cloudy day
when you want to brighten things up a bit. there’s also monochrome if you wanna
shoot black-on-white in the camera color spaces there’s an
awful lot of gossip and black art mumbo-jumbo talked about them but
they’re really very simple there are two color spaces Adobe RGB an SRGB some things work in
Adobe some things work in SRGB it’s one of
those things that on its own won’t make any difference to your
photography but if you stack them up altogether with lots of other little tiny details
they will start to give you an edge right now in just going through the menu
I don’t want to discuss them all you need to know is that they’re not gonna make a big difference to you right now. delighting is something I always leave alone because I find that on this camera at least it just kinda
messes things up beyond that in the shooting menu there is really
very little else you need to look at if anything. In the custom settings menu this is where you can change things that
your camera does such as auto white balance bracketing again I would urge you to leave it alone
I never touch these things you don’t need them they will not improve your photography
they offer convenience in how you set up your camera and if you really want to dig into it
take a look at your instruction book and you’ll find out what those things do. in your setup menu there’s just a couple of
things that are handy one being formatting your memory card, it’s
well worth doing this when you’ve been on a shoot and you’ve got a bunch of pictures go home download them into the computer back
them up and then it should have just deleting them off your card going to the menu and format the card it
keeps the card healthy. LCD brightness here you can adjust how
bright or dark your monitor is, in the back of the camera, i would urge you to leave that well and truly alone too, because supposing you brighten it up a
bit and and you forget and then you’re working on a really dull
day the monitor will seem very bright in comparison to your surroundings it could lead you to completely messing
up your exposures and thinking you’ve got it wrong when you haven’t leave your LCD brightness well and truly
alone there a sense a cleaning settings in here and again I just leave on the factory
defaults because they’ll do the job beautifully for you. Auto image rotation is a personal choice, if you wanna turn your picture up the other way in the camera or in the computer as I said I like mine laying on this side so i can see them bigger when i look back instead of having a little up and down strip like that, so despite the fact there’s all sorts of
exciting goodies hiding away in your menus unfortunately they won’t make you a
better photographer the handful of things we’ve spoken about are useful and i’d urge you to have a look at those but beyond that just leave it alone the
things that will impact your photography are understanding depth of field,
lighting shutter speed, apertures. So, i’m gonna put this menu down, and think about my lunch.

How to Operate a Digital Video Camera : How to Uses Lens Filters With Digital Video Camera

How to Operate a Digital Video Camera : How to Uses Lens Filters With Digital Video Camera


Now after you have mounted the camera and
you have set the bubble balance. Then we come to the parts of the camera. Any digital camera
in the whole world will have three basic parts. Firstly is the lens. Secondly it’s the CCD
and thirdly it’s the electronics on the recorder. The CCD is a function which every digital
camera has. The full form of the CCD is a charged couple device. The function of a CCD
is to convert the optical energy, which is coming through your light source through the
lens, into digital energy that is getting into the recorder. Now in a basic Sony PD170
camera, which we have here, this part is the lens. Now you can not see the CCD but it is
somewhere around here and the next part is the recorder. Now if you see, very closely, the lens. It
has got two rings. One a bigger ring and one a smaller ring. The first ring is called a
focus ring. This ring helps you to focus manually. The second ring is called a zoom ring. This
is for zooming in or out on a subject or an object. Now let me show you the entire detail parts
of the camera. You see this, this is called a lens cover. This is given to protect your
lens against light, heat, and dust. So make sure when the camera is not operative, you
put the lens cover on. And when it is in operation, obviously, you have to put it out. After the lens cover, this is called a lens
hood. The objective of this lens hood is to cut unwanted light which is coming directly
to your lens. You can put it out like this and now you can fix it by rotating it back
into place. And then there’s a small screw here, just tighten up the screw. Make sure
that the lens cover is properly fixed and any unwanted light or glare is cut out from
the lens. Now let me come to the lens part. You see
there’s two rings on the lens. The first ring, which is the primary ring, this ring is for
focus. This ring is used when you are manually focusing on a subject or an object. The next
ring, which is a smaller ring, is called the zoom ring. This is used to zoom in or zoom
out from a subject. The next feature which comes after the zoom
ring is the ND feature. ND is the neutral density filter, which is given on a digital
camera. It doesn’t have a color of its own. That’s why it is called a neutral density
filter. The function of a ND filter is it cuts the light by 1/4th in ND1 and by 1/16th
of the original light in ND2. Now why is it used? Supposedly you go outside or outdoors
and you are shooting in a very bright sunlight and your exposure is getting very high up.
It is better to put your ND into the ND2 position. That means that you’re cutting the total light
by 1/16th. Now let me give you an example. Lets suppose you’re shooting on a very bright
sunny day and you can not set the aperture through the aperture ring. It is always advisable
to put the ND filter on. After the ND filter is on. You can find that the total exposure
of your frame has been cut down by the ND filter and after that you can adjust your
exposure.

Sony Alpha a7IIK Mirrorless Digital Camera with 28-70mm Lens

Sony Alpha a7IIK Mirrorless Digital Camera with 28-70mm Lens


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Price, quality, performance, warranty, brand trust, after sales & service, reusability,
familiarity and easy to operate. Sony has taken their line of full-frame cameras
to the next level with the Alpha a7 II Mirrorless Digital Camera with FE 28-70mm f3.5-5.6 OSS
Lens, which features 5-axis SteadyShot INSIDE image stabilization with 4.5 stops of compensation
for pitch, yaw, horizontal shift, vertical shift, and roll. Operation of the 24.3-megapixel
series has been streamlined with a redesigned grip, shutter release button, and customizable
controls. The a7 II also features a moisture- and dust-resistant design with a magnesium
alloy body and a more robust lens mount. And, with refined algorithms and better utilization
of the BIONZ X image processor, the a7 II has an enhanced Fast Hybrid AF system that
is about 30% faster than the previous model along with a 5 fps burst rate with continuous
autofocus as well as a 40% faster start time. The 24.3-megapixel sensor enables high resolution
images and low light effectiveness with its standard ISO sensitivity range of 100-25600.
The BIONZ X image processor offers fast processing and operation speeds and front-end LSI improves
the early stages of image processing resulting in more natural details and richer tones.
And, 16-bit image processing and 14-bit RAW output preserves the detail provided by the
sensor. In addition to highly detailed stills with
smooth gradations, the a7 II now has access to the high-bit-rate XAVC S format with 60p,
30p, and 24p recording options, all at 50 Mbps. Kindly See the Description for This Product
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